Some videos are pretty bonkers, but they're rarely as bonkers as this...
Mark Ronson ft Lykke Li 'Late Night Feelings' by JP Chartrand
JP Chartrand directs Lykke Li in her somewhat obsessive and sensual seduction of Mark Ronson for Late Night Feelings.
It's a delightful confection of old school sexy glamour and dry humour directed by Chartrand - one half of acclaimed directing duo Dent De Cuir - with Lykke Li giving a smouldering performance, as she prepares to get it on with the object of her affections - the effortlessly urbane Ronson, posing with guitar on the TV.
Super-stylish art direction of Lykke's boudoir evokes the thin line between loneliness, love and obsession, before their eventual on-screen bonding... A nostalgic feast for the eyes, which serves as a perfect backdrop for the title track of the new album.
|Executive Producer||Jasper Thomlinson|
|Executive Producer||Daniella Manca|
|Director of Photography||Eli Ronen Arenson|
|Post production company||Romeo|
|Director's Representation||Hands London|
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